The US International Trade Commission announced it's starting an investigation into patent infringement allegations against Apple.
A woman looks at the screen of her mobile phone in front of an Apple logo outside its store in Shanghai, China July 30, 2017. Aqua Connect Inc. and Strategic Technology Partners LLC lodged a complaint October 10 and requested the USITC issue a temporary exclusion order, the USITC said.
In addition to the Apple products mentioned above, the investigation includes possible patent infringement by iPods and Apple TV.
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According to Mashable.com, the complaint hinges on Apple's AirPlay, technology that enables audio and video to be streamed wirelessly across different Apple devices.
Aqua Connect and Strategic Technology Partners have asked the USITC to issue a limited exclusion and cease and desist order against the infringed products, according to the statement from the federal agency.
Aqua Connect's website says its a supplier to Apple since 2007, providing remote desktop solutions. The USITC added that it will now assign the case to one of its judges to determine whether Apple violated section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930.
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